Yachts seen here are no longer for sale - the data is online as a free information service for buyers researching boat types. The Trident 24 is a tough little traditional cruiser, this fin keel example having been quite extensively and very attractively refitted and upgraded. The Skanner 24 is a small GRP gaff cutter with a surprisingly good interior for her size – certainly more spacious than the contemporary Cornish Crabbers and with a quite high quality fitout.
Designed by Ed Dubois, the Trapper T250 is a fixed fin keel version of the Trapper TS240 lift-keeler. The Sadler 25 is an attractive small cruiser, fast and seaworthy, particularly in this deep fin keel version. A classic Maurice Griffiths cruising design, the Golden HInd 26 is a tough little shoal draught cruiser. Designed by Holman & Pye, the Seamaster 815 is a attractive small cruising yacht with a simple but quite spacious interior. After about 30 were sold, the company moved to larger premises in Fordingbridge, Hampshire.
A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. After about 30 were sold, the company moved to larger premises in Fordingbridge, Hampshire.


The hulls and decks are GRP, with Columbian pine wooden spars, and really nicely finished interiors with lots of solid teak. THE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE COVERED BY COPYRIGHT, AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF YACHTSNET LTD. This example was re-engined in 2004 with a new Beta diesel which has run just 40 hours to date, and a useful inventory including dinghy and outboard. The Trident 24 was designed by Alan Hill, and built between 1962 and 1976 by Marine Construction Ltd., in Southampton. The boat is a club racer or daysailer, or a fast weekend coastal cruiser, with accommodation for two to four. This 1980 example has a clearly well maintained Bukh diesel, very good sails, and partial new upholstery. This is an absolutely exceptionally well fitted out and well maintained example of these yachts. A classic small fast cruiser from the 1970s, this Cutlass 27 has in the last ten years had the engine totally rebuilt and new rigging, and has almost unused sails dating from 2008. The interior is mainly open plan, but there is an enclosed heads aft - unusual in a boat of this age. This example has a Yanmar diesel, was completely rewired in 2006, and has a good inventory including radar and chartplotter.


This example has had major upgrades in the last few years, including new sails and a new Tohatsu engine.  She also has (available separately if required) a very little used and never immersed four wheel road trailer. The interior joinery is very high quality, and is in nice condition, but there are no cushions in the forecabin. She has a GRP hull, epoxied before launch, with an encapsulated lead long keel and galvanised steel bilge plates.
It is rare for a good bilge keel example to come on the market, making this an attractive option for anyone looking for a shallow draught mid-sized cruising boat. This example has the galley fitted into a pull-out unit, making for a very spacious saloon when the galley is stowed away.
The interior is beautifully finished, with details such as a Corian worktop in the galley, and quality fittings throughout. The current owners have loved using her around the Solent for the last 7 years and are only selling due to a growing family.



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